Leave Tom Brady Alone!

joebucsfan.com 11 days ago
 

Has a celebrity defender.

It seems like Tom Brady has a superstar friend who has his back.

Brady has been making the gossip sites of late. Page Six, TMZ, you know the ones. Joe is also guessing Brady is making the Hollywood syndicated weeknight TV shows. (Joe hasn’t watched one of those since foot-rubbing Rob Gronkowski retired and thus, those shows suddenly had less of a reason to display Gronk’s girlfriend, the model and TV personality Camille Kostek.)

This is what happens when your quarterback is an international superstar. Just today, Brady explained how all of his Super Bowl rings are on display at a World Cup fan center exhibition in Qatar.

(And yes, Brady may be the main reason why the NFL selected the Bucs to play in the NFL’s first regular season game in Munich in November. The krauts know who Brady is, they don’t necessarily know Kyle Trask or Blaine Gabbert.)

The latest news all over the tabloids is, of course, the reported tension Brady’s wife, the model Gisele Bündchen, has over Brady unretiring and playing another season for the Bucs.

Joe happened to come across a story on the JoeBucsFan Twitter feed that alleges Brady brought his oldest son and his mother, the actress Bridget Moynahan, with him to the Bahamas when Brady took an 11-day vacation from Bucs training camp. Whatever.

Joe really doesn’t care who Brady brings with him on his tropical vacations. As for Brady playing football, who did Gisele think she married, Eddie Vedder? Football players play football (so long as their body and Father Time allow).

At any rate, a superstar and a man who has more titles than Brady took to Twitter recently and has Brady’s back.

“The Nature Boy,” wrestling champion Ric Flair, was on social media and had strong words for those prying into Brady’s private life: Back off, Flair typed. Let the man live and play quarterback for the Bucs.

In fact, Flair wagged a very public figure at the self-proclaimed worldwide leader to back off Brady.

This warms Joe’s heart. It’s good to see a man with many belts defending a man with many rings.

This and Flair giving Mike Evans mad respect tells Joe that Flair watches the Bucs closely (and perhaps also reads JoeBucsFan.com).